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Rated R · 90 minutes · 1988

Drama, Martial arts
Miami Connection is the story of a club band called Dragon Sound that happens to be highly skilled in taekwondo. After pissing off the band they recently replaced in the nightclub, the band is forced into a long, drawn-out series of battles against a group of motorcycle ninjas hired to make their lives hell. Originally made and released in 1987, Miami Connection is quite possibly the most hilariously terrible film made in the ’80s, which is no small feat. The insanely bad dialogue is only made worse by some of the most truly horrifying acting ever committed to celluloid. The fight scenes are so terribly choreographed that the only way to respond to them is by laughing uproariously. The film has gained a cult following over the years and with good reason: It is one of the best bad movies ever made.
Cast: Y.K. Kim, Vincent Hirsch and William Ergle

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Portland Mercury Friends Through Eternity ... who also fight ninjas! It's Miami Connection! by Erik Henriksen 11/21/2012

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